By P. J. Fleury

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This man was young, his face covered with a black beard and moustache. He was strong and handsome, dressed in yellow, the holy colour, his body anointed with sacramental sandal paste. ' ‘I know what happened at the inn. ' 'Perhaps the farmers of the village. Hunger has driven farmers into robbery. These days, who is not a robber? We ourselves robbed to eat today. ' T have rescued Mahendras wife and child,' said Satya smiling, 'from the hands of the hungry farmers. I have left them at the ashram.

Teachers closed their schools. Things had come to such a pass that children were even afraid to cry. The streets were empty. There were no bathers in the river. There were no human beings about the houses, no birds in the trees, no cattle in the pastures. Jackals and dogs morosely prowled in the graveyards and in the cremation grounds. One great house stood in this village. Its colossal pillars could be seen from a distance. But its doors were closed so tight that it was almost impossible for even a breath of air to enter.

At this time you will not see any of us anymore. ' 62 Mahatma Satya mysteriously disappeared. Out of the main building of the ashram, Mahendra found his wife and child seated in an adjoining pavilion. The Mahatma, on the other hand, following a winding tunnel soon reached an underground chamber. There both Bhavan and Jiban were counting the coins from the previous night's encounter, and were arranging them in rows. The entire room was full of heaps of gold, silver and copper pieces; and piles of glistening diamonds, pearls and rubies.